OTTAWA, Feb. 13, 2012 /CNW/ - Please join the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP), professors from the University of Carleton and heads of police forces from across Canada for the release of a unique study on ethics and professionalism in policing.
The announcement will include results of a national survey with over 10,000 respondents from 31 Canadian police services, as well as 80 interviews and a literature review. Recommendations based on those results will also be shared at this press conference.
|Who:|| Chief Dale McFee, president of the CACP
Assistant Commissioner Norm Lipinski, chair, CACP Ethics Committee
Dr. Stephen Maguire, Centre on Values and Ethics, Carleton University
Dr. Lorraine Dyke, Centre for Research & Education on Women and Work,
Note: Deputy Chief Roger Chaffin, Calgary Police Service, Deputy Chief Brent Thomlison, Waterloo Regional Police Service, Chief Pete Lepine, West Vancouver Police Service and A/Commr. Norm Lipinski, Lower Mainland District Regional Police Service RCMP will be available for Q&A
|When:||1 pm, PST, Tuesday, Feb. 14 (News releases will be distributed at 12:45)|
|Where:||Justice Institute of BC, New Westminster, BC, room A128|
No interviews will be granted in advance of this press conference. A French-speaking representative from the CACP Ethics Committee will be available to assist with Q&A and media interviews.
For further information:
CACP Acting Media Liaison
Sgt. Peter Thiessen